Kevin Owens could face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania on one condition

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It has been rumored that Kevin Owens could face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 32 next year in Dallas.

This is a match that some WWE fans would love to see, as they have known Owens from his time in the independent circuit, and seeing him on the biggest wrestling stage of them all against one of the best wrestlers the business has to offer would be a dream come true.

While this might be a bit of a long shot right now for, the actions to make this happen could begin at WWE's Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view. Here's why.


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According to NoDQ: "Dave Meltzer speculated on today's installment of Wrestling Observer Radio that if Kevin Owens defeats Dean Ambrose clean at tonight's TLC event, that the company is most likely grooming Owens for Brock Lesnar for their rumored bout at WrestleMania 32.

"Meltzer would go on to mention that if Owens wins via DQ, that they probably aren't grooming him for that WrestleMania bout."

Either outcome is possible because of Owens being a heel, and also because the WWE hasn't given Ambrose the same kind of push they have for Rollins and Reigns since the split of The Shield. Henceforth, there is nothing to damage in their eyes if he loses cleanly, despite him also being a fan favorite.

We'll have to watch the Ambrose vs Owens match for the Intercontinental Championship closely to see how it plays out, as it could have massive WrestleMania implications.

Would you like to see Kevin Owens go up against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 32? Have your say and leave a comment below...


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